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Signed Acknowledgements in the Digital Age: Revisited

Embee Diamond Technologies Inc. v I.D.H. Diamonds NV, 2017 SKCA 79  ..

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Saskatchewan Court of Appeal Overturns Cenex Regarding Priority of Builders’ Liens

National Bank of Canada v KNC Holdings Ltd., 2017 SKCA 57 ..

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The Personal Liability of Corporate Directors

Wilson v Alharayeri, 2017 SCC 39 ..

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Court ruling bars Government of Saskatchewan from funding non-Catholic students in Catholic schools

Good Spirit School Division No. 204 v Christ the Teacher Roman Catholic Separate School Division No. 212 , 2017 SKQB 109  ..

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Signed Acknowledgements in the Digital Age

I.D.H. Diamonds NV v Embee Diamond Technologies Inc. - 2017 SKQB 79  ..

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The Summary Judgment Procedure: A Bridge to Expedited Litigation

Surespan Construction Ltd v The Government of Saskatchewan , 2017 SKQB 55.  ..

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Limitation of liability provision in electronic waiver upheld by the Court of Queen’s Bench

Quilichini v Wilson’s Greenhouse & Garden Centre Ltd. and Velocity Raceway Ltd., 2017 SKQB 10.  ..

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The Supreme Court’s Perspective on Faulty Workmanship Exclusion Clauses

A recent decision by the Supreme Court of Canada has attracted attention from insurers, contractors, and construction project owners across the country. Ledcor v Northbridge Indemnity Insurance Co., 2016 SCC 37 provides new light on how to interpret the commonly used “faulty workmanship” exclusions under builders’ risk insurance policies.  ..

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Court of Appeal Considers Bhasin in Appeal of Business Sale Bonus

The Court of Appeal for Saskatchewan took the opportunity to offer a few comments on the general organizing principle of good faith in contract law and the common law duty of honest performance in a recent case.  ..

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Saskatchewan Court of Appeal Awards Self-Represented Individuals Costs Beyond Out-of-Pocket Expenses

A recent decision by the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal made a significant change in the way costs may be awarded to self-represented litigants.  In Hope v Pylypow, the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal awarded costs to a self-represented couple, above and beyond their out-of-pocket expenses.  Previously, Saskatchewan case law has dictated that self-represented litigants were not to be compensated for any costs beyond their out-of-pocket expenses.  ..

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